Pakistani Entrepreneur Wins mBillionth Award in India

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Abdul Muqsit, a UAE based Pakistani IT professional, has won mBillionth Award South Asia for his Online Pastho Dictionary in “m-Culture & Heritage” category.

Awards were held earlier this week in New Delhi, however, Abdul Muqsit couldn’t make it to the event to receive his award because of visa security issues.

mBillionth Awards South Asia is a platform for recognizing innovations in Telecom and Mobile content/Applications/Models. Launched in 2010, mBillionth Awards aims to to explore, recognize & honour the best practices in Mobile & Telecom Industry across South Asia and Afghanistan.

Abdul Muqsit is a software engineer with proven passion for Pashto language for which has has been working for years to establish an online English to Pashto to English dictionary.

ProPakistani had this chance of covering ThePashto.com back in 2012, however, since then the website has raised its bar by many levels. Currently ThePashto.com has over 16,000 words for English to Pashto to English translation.

Platform capitalizes web 2.0 techniques to allow everyone to add words into dictionary, however each word is reviewed by experts in Pasto linguistics before making it available to the public, thereby accounting for the authoritative and authentic guide to Pashto learning.

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In addition to its web availability, ThePashto.com is also available on Play Store for Android phones so they may learn Pashto language while on the go.

You can download Android app for Pashto to English Dictionary here.

Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK


  • Eli Ehsan

    Much passion.. such commiseration..

    • PeeDroid MiNi L420

      Wah Yar Alla, Akhir Meray Kehney Pe Tune Pic Doobara Laga He Li.

  • I know Moxit, he has magnificence skills. Thanks Aamir.

  • Fakhre Alam

    great

  • Khan

    UAE based hai nah…pakistan mein tu nahi…pakistan ka iss mein kya faida?

    • Furqan

      Pashto to UAE me use hoti hai na, Pakistanion ko kia faida is me.

      • Shahzad Haider

        Dump people will always be dumb. Its online dictionary and used all over the world. Does it matter from where is a website managed or where an app is developed?

        • Furqan

          Sorry Bro, You didn’t get my sarcasm.

      • Guest

        Pakistanio kay pas demagh hoga to faida lengy, ap jesay 3rd class logo ke wja say yahi hal hay, kay ap janty nahe istemal ko.

        tora sa post bhe parh lia karo, yay online dictionary hay koi bhe use kar sakta hay. even tumary jesay jahil bhe.

      • Ali gilani

        Hahaha………, Theek kaha..

    • Guest

      Some ppl just cant appreciate gud work ur on of those all u can do is crticism just. Khan sab ap na b kabhi kuch kiya pashto ka liye ?

    • Shahzad Haider

      He represented Pakistan in that competition. Pakistani flag was prominent in his poster which was hanging in India. I feel sorry for people like you who know only criticism. I hope you are in Pakistan. Do something more brilliant and give us a chance to appreciate you.

    • Pashtoon

      Pakistan may tum ho na, na khud kuch karty ho na dosro ko karny deto ho. Taposa

  • Dawood Said

    ye UAE base nahe bro,a person which want to learn Pushtu can use it any where in the world.so it means that this is only for Pushtu which is well know language in one big province of Pakistan

  • Guest

    Moxet Khan is a very very telented person Allah us ko or bhi Izzat de or use apne Maqasid me kamyab kare ………….. he is my villiger…. from chamkani peshawar

  • FaRax KhAn

    Moxet Khan is a very very telented person Allah us ko or bhi Izzat de or use apne Maqasid me kamyab kare ………….. he is my villiger…. from chamkani peshawar

  • naeem

    great work

  • Zalmy Pashtoon

    Congratulations and proud of you Moxet Khan.

  • Abdul Basit

    Thats Great. keep it up. Proud of u brother. <3

  • Beryal

    Well done brother.

  • nobody

    Is it just me or that’s google hangouts logo they copied?

    • anti-noboday

      It is just you my dear, thePashto.com was launched in July, 2012 while Google Hangout on 15th May 2013. Google nay copy ke hay :P